St Helens Church Barry War Memorial

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Reference WMO/281720

Address:

St Helens Church

8 Wyndham St

Barry

Vale of Glamorgan

Barry

CF63 4EL

Wales

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Status: On original site
Type: Freestanding
Location: External
Setting: Within a garden/park/churchyard/enclosure/Marketplace
Description: Calvary
Materials:
  • Stone Marble
Lettering: Incised
Conflicts:
  • First World War (1914-1918)
  • Second World War (1939-1945)
About the memorial: White stone (marble?) footed, cross, with sculptured figure of Christ and name of church at its base, set on tapering plinth with dedication & names in black lettering, standing on 2 stepped base on dark grey brick built platform
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Front of Memorial Eternal Rest Give Unto Them O Lord, And Let Perpetual Light Shine Upon Them MAY THEY REST IN PEACE Rear of Memorial With Gratitude To All Who Served Since 1945, Have Sacrificed Their Lives For A Peaceful World. MAY THEY REST IN PEACE

1914 – 1918 Richard Barrett, William Bigley, Frank Britt, Joseph Burke, Martin Dalton, Walter Dalton, John Dempsey, James Diggins, John Dowling, Alfred Doyle, Denis Dwyer, Denis Ferrisey, Chas Finnegan, WJ. Fox, Idris J Griffiths, John Hopkins, Albert Hopkins, John Keniry, John McCarthy, Thomas McParlin, Stephen Mepham, Owen Mooney, H. Neil O’Donnell, Windsor Richards, Thomas Scandlon, John Scandlon, W. Short, Henry Thornhill, Thomas Toohey, William Wilson, WG.Venton 1939 – 1945 Clarence Ashford, Septimus Ashford, Daniel Barry, James Britt, Michael Buckley, Edward Burke, Daniel Cadogan, Raymund Chivers, Albert Coffey, Wilfred Cosulich, Frederick Cunningham, Thomas Cunningham, Stephen Drake, James England, John Ernst, Patrick Gough, Harold Crigg, James Hopkins, Ivor G Howard, Cornelius T House, John Kellaway, Thomas Lewis, Edward Lewis, Timothy Lavery, John McCarthy, Martin McGrath, Reginald Mehegan, Claude Melvin, Henry Mepham, Clarence Moore, Daniel Murphy, Malcolm Paterson, Henry Rawnson, James Ricketts, Raymond Shellard, Arthur Stuart, John P Sullivan, John Taylor, William Vereker, Charles Welsh, Terence Yarr, EarnestE Hartley.

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